It is believe that people from these countries migrate because of oppression and poverty. Poverty is known to be a prime factor of gang formation. This paper will focus the blood gang in prison their origin, crime, how they differ from other gang and where are they now. The Blood gang was originated in Los Angeles in the early 1970s as result of oppression from the crips. The formation of The Bloods gang was a mean by which individuals could protect themselves from the Crips (Dunn, 1999).
“The Gangs of Victorian London” How are the gangs of 19th century England similar to the gangs of today? Gangs during the 19th century were vicious and they did a whole lot of terrible things like murder and kidnapping and any other crime someone could think of. The gangs of Victorian England are very comparable to today’s gangs due to the crimes they commit and the hierarchy in the gangs, some gangs of England include the 40 Elephants, the Peaky Blinders, the High Rip gang and the Scuttlers. The Forty Elephants were different than other gangs and were great at making raid plans and had a queen who ultimately led to their demise. The Forty Elephants were an all-female gang who primarily shoplifted.
This occurs because the gang is in control of who is in the area and can essential cut off the rest of society if they felt like they needed to. An issue in El Salvador includes the Zika virus; officials are trying to tell everyone but there are areas owned and managed by the Mara Slvatrucha gang so they are blocked off from society. In addition to the community they control as a total institution, they are also sent to high security prisons, which are total institution controlled by the government. In El Salvador there are prisons that are strictly filled with only Mara Salvatrucha thirteen workers and members. There is word that once you are in the gang there is no hope; the only ways out are a hospital, death or jail.
“I don 't mind paying for my mistakes...sometimes we pay even when there 's been not mistake just for being mexican. That 's all the wrong i have to do” This specific text stood out to me the most because as sad and as stereotyped it is people outside of a mexican culture believe all mexicans have a bad rep mostly those who portray themselves as gang members. Some are not even gang members nor have no knowledge of that lifestyle but what it is, is their language or attire is a certain way that 'll eventually have most people stereotype
Sometimes you might hear some people call a gang a set but it means all the same. The group claims its own turf or property. Gangs promise to provide physical protection. Gangs creates fear in the atmosphere so that they can recruit members ("What is a gang?"). Gang members engage in criminal activities using multiple counts of violence.
The MS-13 gang, well known as Mara Salvatrucha 13, is one of the most organized and violently dangerous gangs in the United States. The gang was establishes in the 1980, in the predominately Spanish speaking parts of Los Angeles, initially starting off with refuges who were in nature calm and in control. However, some Mexican immigrants began their power guiding and controlling these individuals into an underworld organization, which quickly began to harden the individuals. Once this occurred in the El Salvadorian neighborhoods, the immigrants wanted to organize themselves, so they decided to come up with a name for themselves. First, they started off with “mara”, which means gang, next, “salva”, stands for their country, El Salvador, and “trucha”, which is used in the English language meaning, cleaver and sharp.
A hero is a murder to, aren’t they? The Outsiders by S.E.Hinton is about how people see other people they don’t know, examples include how the greasers view the socs. Also this story occurs in a city that is divided into gangs that fight each other about what gang is better. One character that I find interesting is Johnny. He is interesting because, he is one of the protagonists, and antagonist, Also he is around and dynamic character, he has two sides to him and changed from a scared but to a hero.
The media has fed myself and others lies about what gangs truly are and what their purpose is. The overarching theme of gangs is that they are dangerous, full of thugs, blood-thirsty, and out to cause trouble. The truth is that they are more complicated than what society and the media has often made them out to be. There are multiple factors that go into making a gang what it is including why they form, the environment that their society and culture create for them, the structure and laws they enforce within the group, and the harsh reality of how difficult it is to leave. The first lie I was told about gangs is that they are formed with an intent to cause harm to others and to create a dangerous environment.
People act and think the way others do and although some even know what they are doing is not right, the mob has the power to influence most of the decisions. Furthermore, once a number of people accumulate, the choices begin to turn out as a big matter. Mob mentality has often the power to try and do things people never dare to; since it is a whole group, not a single individual, and within it, the evil is easily exposed to nature. For example, “‘The chant rose a tone in agony “Kill the beast! Cut his throat!
It is stated that many large communities are at great risk of significant gang activity. Gangs produce negative issues such as fear which deals with loss of economic opportunities; drop in the social status of the area and the destroying of families fabric of society. Throughout this paper we would be looking at gangs in schools, street gangs and youth gangs just to name a few and try to show how they
In the recent years the KKK was more violent than they ae now. The Ku Klux Klan often took violent means to express their dissatisfaction, resulting in numerous killings, lynching, and hate crimes against African-Americans. The primary goal for the KKK is to reach its goals of racial segregation and white supremacy. In todays KKK there are more of a publicity stunt gang rather than a violent
Benjamin Arellano-Felix is the leader of the Arellano-Felix organization. Their drugs get sold everywhere and we tried to stop them ,but we can 't stop them from being sold.They have all kinds of people deliver their drugs ,they don 't care how they do them.Women,children,animals it 's crazy how they tried to sneak it in; people would do anything for money.People die almost everyday fighting for their land and property.Their trying to keep their power and control they have ,and would kill anybody to get what they want. Power is the key to the cartel without power their weak and vulnerable.To show they have power they chop people up throw them in the public,and sometimes throw their head outs to. Also they hang them up on the streets to show they don 't play around and if you mess with them you